Commercial and Residential Full Service Remodeling Since 1981

Company Profile
Thank you for considering Natural Breeze for your remodeling and home improvement needs. We look forward to serving you and bringing your ideas to life, be it the covered deck, the three season sunroom addition you’ve been wanting, the updated kitchen with elegant looking countertops, or even finishing the basement. Natural Breeze can help make room for your life!

Natural Breeze Team

Neil Gaskin, CGR, CAPS
Project Manager:
Residential Division

2011 Professional Remodeler Award
  Terry Finton, CGR, CAPS

Project Manager: Commercial Division
Will Kranitz
  Les Lynch
Wyatt Barnes
  John Gammill
Jordan Johnson

Mike Gillum


Johnathan Walters


Alexander Hosek


Clay Ladish

  Jeremy Cluchey
Johnny Swaney      

Past Career Pathway Students

Megan Eagle
Graduated 2012
  Trevor Leslie
Graduated 2011


About Us

Natural Breeze has been in the Lawrence remodeling business for 30 years and has served thousands of satisfied clients in the Douglas County area. The projects that we complete for our clients range from minor exterior repairs all the way to whole house remodels. Natural Breeze’s staff of professionally trained carpenters will work diligently to provide you the most friendly and professional courtesy of any remodeling company.

We know the remodeling process can be a stressful time, but our staff is committed to making the transition a pleasant one. Our staff will regularly keep in contact with you about the progress of the project and are willing to work with you to make any accommodations.

Apprenticeship Program

We currently have one Free State High School student learning all aspects of a rewarding career in Remodeling and Construction. Additional information about this program can be obtained from Free State or Lawrence High School. See program and contact information below.

Career Pathways in the Lawrence Public Schools are programs of academic and technical study that integrate classroom and real-world learning organized around multiple career pathways.  Designed around high skill, high wage and high demand jobs, each career pathway includes a work-based learning component and prepares students for both a post-secondary education and a career. The USD 497 career pathways expect improved academic achievement through a college-preparatory curriculum with exceptional career and technical education that motivates students to learn by helping them answer the question, “Why do I need to know this”?

Visit www.usd497.org or contact Patrick Kelly, Career and Technical Education Curriculum Specialist to learn more about the USD 497 Career Pathways.